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Monday, August 21, 2006

Why Snatches are Like 'Sneetches'

Following up on our recent post on the Brazilian wax for men, it seems nothing just isn't enough anymore. It needs... something.

Some women, according to British Vogue,
have now decided to stick Swarovski crystals where once there was nothing. It looks fantastic, says Cindy Barshop , owner of Madison Avenue's Completelybare salon, who is credited with starting the craze. Everybody's doing it.
Including me, of course, though I won't say whether I went for their "lips, butterflies [or] hearts".

So far, the Completelybare catalog features the crystalline cb with a flair ($105) and the Borfish, more urban bikini graffiti ($130).

The ultra-chic folks at Swarovski have a pretty nice couture line but surprisingly have not yet capitalized on the trend toward vaginal accesorizing by launching a cooter line.

The Observer noted the adornment "craze" promoted by Completelybare four years ago -- calling vaginal jewel sticker thingies the "hottest look right now". It wasn't then, and it isn't now. Which means it will inevitably be hip again -- sometime soon -- to simply have some pubic hair.

For those of you unfamiliar with the post title reference, Glenn Whitman nicely explains the Sneetches (sans mention of snatches). More here.